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18.10.2013 Russia, North America Invest to Feed Asian Demand

Fast-growing oil and gas producers Russia and North America are spending billions of dollars on pipelines and port facilities to supply energy to Asia, intent on grabbing a bigger share of the world's fastest growing fuel market from Middle East suppliers, Reuters said o

15.10.2013 Asia-Pacific Oil Imports to Near Mideast 2011 Crude Output by 2035 - ADB

Net oil imports in the Asia-Pacific will rise to more than 25 million barrels per day in 2035, or close to the current crude output in the Middle East, as energy demand growth outpaces the rest of the world, Reuters has cited the Asian Development Bank as saying on Octob

03.10.2013 Firms Controlled by Asia's Richest Man Face Australian Tax Fight

The Australian Tax Office is pursuing unpaid taxes from companies controlled by Asia's richest man, Li Ka-shing, that relate to profits made in the country's power, gas and water industries, Reuters reported on October 2.

03.10.2013 Obama Cancels Asia Tour

President Barack Obama called off plans to visit Asia and attend two summits because of the U.S. government shutdown, raising questions about the strategic "pivot" to the region that he announced just two years ago, Reuters said on October 3.

27.08.2013 Asia Receives Third Shipment Of Liquid Natural Gas From Angola LNG

Angolan liquid natural gas company Angola LNG has sent its third shipment of LNG, which was loaded on the Lobito tanker ship headed for Southeast Asia, according to the Wall Street Journal.

16.08.2013 Wireline Engineering Expands Operations Into The Far East

Aberdeen-based wireline and well intervention technology specialist Wireline Engineering has boosted operations in the Far East by investing in a new office and supply base in Kuala Lumpur and appointing Craig Glatley as business development manager for the region, the c

31.07.2013 Asia’s Iran Oil Imports Drop 22%, Further Cuts Likely

Iran’s top four oil clients have cut their imports from the Middle Eastern nation by more than a fifth in the first six months of the year, but are soon to face increased pressure from the United States to reduce shipments still further.

07.05.2013 Saudi Aramco Raises June Premium for Arab Light Crude to Asia

Saudi Arabian Oil Co., the largest crude exporter, raised the premium used to determine June official selling prices for its Arab Light blend for customers in Asia and cut premiums for other light grades to the Far East, according to Bloomberg.

02.05.2013 Kazakh Oil Heads to Asia Away from Saturated Europe

Kazakhstan's oil exports to Asia are on the rise as it seeks to cultivate new buyers for its light crudes outside the saturated European market before steep output increases in the next few years, Reuters reports.

26.04.2013 Rosneft Wants to Market LNG to Asia

The Russian government can advance the economy by liberalizing the market for liquefied natural gas for Asian markets, an executive at Rosneft said, according to UPI.